Why Do We Celebrate Labor Day?

Written by: | September 1, 2017

Labor Day is coming up on Monday, marking the unofficial end of the summer (except not for my family – we’re going on a cruise next week!). Labor Day is a day off from work, a day for grilling and friends, a day to celebrate. But what are we...
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9 Ways to Celebrate Easter as a Family

Written by: | March 18, 2016

Holidays are a big deal at my house. We do all of ‘em in a big way. Easter is no exception. We have Easter egg hunts and make Easter crafts and color Easter pictures, and we read Easter books. And then, on Easter morning, the kids hunt for big...
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How to Handle Hurt During the Holidays

Written by: | November 18, 2015

I had a dream the other night that I was talking on the phone with my mom. We were having an everyday conversation about nothing in particular. When my alarm went off in the middle of the dream, I hit the snooze button, squeezed my eyes shut, and tried...
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Traveling With Kids, From One Mom To Another

Written by: | November 21, 2014

Before writing this post, I sat down with one of my friends who travels, cross country, with three kids multiple times a year to get her perspective. I wanted to preface the post with that, because credentials! I don’t know about you, but traveling with kids can be stressful,...
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Comfort Food: Families Cooking Together

Written by: | November 7, 2014

My daddy and I are big time foodies! My momma, on the other hand, would be content with cheese and crackers. Every holiday my momma tries to convince the rest of the family to plan a meal of simple, healthy foods. At first we tend to go along with...
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